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The Pharaoh's Cat by Maria Luisa Lang

Wrappa-Hamen was like any other cat, except he had an intense dislike of eating mice. Once a stray, he finds that he has been endowed with the ability to talk and walk like humans. Wrappa-Hamen's new abilities draw the attention of the seventeen-year-old Pharaoh, and the Pharaoh takes him to live with him at his palace; much to the dislike of the Pharaoh's uncle, the Vizier.

From the Dominion of the Vile: Anvil Creede - Dragon Warrior by Chris Lewis and Tim Pearsall

After the Long World war, Earth and its inhabitants suffered; crops withered, rivers were polluted, and anarchy and godlessness reigned. In this chaos, the Vatican saw an opportunity; drawing on the wealth it had acquired over the centuries, the Vatican offered to provide for the people. In return for its charity, the Vatican demanded only one price; devotion to a new faith, Cathism. Starving and desperate, the people of Europe agreed to the Vatican's demands and watched as the Vatican coveted what technology remained, re-wrote history, and plunged Europe into a second dark age.

Blue Moon Rising: The Mercrutian Chronicles Book 2 by Zara Steen

In the second installment of the Mercrutian Chronicles, Anya returns to Seabright after spending a summer with the Science Mers. During her time with the Science Mers, she learned more about how the Mers' enemy, the Depths, and how to control her empathic and water abilities. Her happiness to return to Seabright is short lived when she discovers that her betrothed, Merrick, is acting the same; he is still aloof and dating Gina.

Beyond The Milky Way by Aithal

Earth is dying; leeched of its natural resources and overwhelmed by pollution, it is becoming uninhabitable to human life at an alarming rate. With Congress planning to cut NASA's budget, NASA makes one last effort to demonstrate that space exploration is necessary to the survival of the human race by sending a shuttle to explore a planet that appears to be habitable.

Superstition Canyon by P.S. Winn

Superstition Canyon is a sacred place to the Native American tribes in the area; however, only a few members know all of its secrets. Most of the canyon is fenced off to prevent outsiders from disturbing the land, but sometimes arrowheads and other artifacts are washed down to the part of the canyon that outsiders can visit.

One Second of Loneliness by Timothy French

Over twenty years ago Ashton made a choice to defy destiny and her predetermined fate; altering the fabric of time. Since then, Ashton has been running from destiny and fate while desperately trying to prevent a terrorist attack that will affect thousands of lives and an entire country.